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Pointblank Times 1976-06 - Page 9. July 1976. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. April 18, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/12/show/8.

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(July 1976). Pointblank Times 1976-06 - Page 9. Houston and Texas Feminist and Lesbian Newsletters. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/12/show/8

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Title Pointblank Times 1976-06
Date July 1976
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  • Women--Texas--Periodicals
  • Women--Texas--Houston--Periodicals
  • Lesbianism--United States--Periodicals
  • Feminism--United States--Periodicals
  • Lesbians--Texas--Houston--Periodicals
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  • Periodicals
Language English
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  • Women--Texas--Periodicals
  • Women--Texas--Houston--Periodicals
  • Lesbianism--United States--Periodicals
  • Feminism--United States--Periodicals
  • Lesbians--Texas--Houston--Periodicals
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Transcript (Saints Above cont'd) softball field at all. They should be off somewhere pursuing their assigned vocations, I decided I'd better see what had happened so I called for my assistant, Angel Rad- clyffe Hall. "Angel Radclyffe, this is Angel Elizabeth. Please bring me the vocational dust list on a group of women called the Ducks. I'm in the scanning room with Angel Saint Joan D'Arc. In a few moments Angel Radclyffe swooped in and rushed over to the scanner. "Hey, the Ducks! They're some of my most favorite people." "You're just saying that because you know that they've all read your book," snorted Angel Saint Joan. "Well, at least it was better than that piece of trash M3rk Twain wrote a- bout you. I--" "Never mind all that," I said. "Read me the list Radclyffe. Are these women supposed to be softball players? If they are we certainly have gotten ahold of some really defective athlete dust." "Let's see, we've got a journalist, movie director, writer, radical, school teacher, salesperson, artist, mechanic, linesperson, etc., etc. Nope, no pure athlete dust and only- a few with any at all." "Who?" "Uh, the center fielder, the shortstop, and the coach." She took a quick look at the screen. "And the coach isn't playing, she's just screaming a lot. Uh-oh, wait till God hears what she's saying now!" "Well, we've got to do something," yelled Angel Saint Joan. "If God sees this she's going to be very angry and you know what happens when God gets angry. I, for one, have no desire to spend my next 10 celestial years trying to reform MCP's." Unfortunately, the Angel Saint Joan D'Arc was right again. God's idea of punishment was to send wayward angels to the lesser heaven where all the male angelettes lived. We were supposed to teach them the principles of feminism in hopes of someday elevating them to greater heaven, but so far we'd had no success so teaching the MCP's wasn't a task that anyone volunteered for. "Me neither, funny." let me think." Anael Amelia "Hi Rad, I've "or you. Let's "Ich," said Radclyffe. those angelettes smell "Quite," I said. At that moment the bounded into the room, been looking all over tor you. Let's go fishing." "Really!" said the Angel Saint Joan D'Arc, straightening her immaculate white robe. "I would think you'd take more care with your appearance Amelia. After all, you're an angel now." Amelia could care less and we all knew it. She constantly rushed around heaven, whistling, climbing trees, and behaving in a very unangel-like manner. Also, she always wore her favorite angel robe, an aviatrix suit, complete with helmet. Instead of arguing with Angel Saint Joan, Amelia flashed her one of her famous smiles and turned to me. "What's going on?" "Amelia, we've got a problem," and I quickly explained about the Ducks. 11 say they've women supposed That suits they've got s a 1ittle out of like a Duck out of Boy, someone sure some clumsies in "Let me see. Wow! I got a problem. Are those to be there? Ducks, huh? them. They all play like webbed feet." "Well, one of them is supposed to be a scuba diver," said Radclyffe defensively. "Then I'd say she' her element. Kind of water you might say. slipped those boobies their duck feed," laughed Amelia. And v/e all joined in because it's difficult to resist Amelia's good humor, especially when she crinkles up her freckled nose and gives you that big smile. (It is said that even God has a special soft spot in her heart for Amelia.) However, we soon stopped laughing as another look at the scanner showed us a very dejected group of Ducks trudginq off the ball field. "Looks like they lost that one," groaned Amelia. "Is there anything we can do? How about letting me borrow a little athlete dust? I think that I can help them out." "I don't know Amelia, it's against